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Search Result: Officer Court Testimony

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Former Phoenix Officer Testifies In Murder Trial

September 4, 2013
Richard Chrisman testified Tuesday that Daniel Rodriguez tried to grab his service weapon two times and raised a bicycle over his head in an attempt to strike him.

Fort Hood Officer Recounts Shooting

August 16, 2013
Kimberly Munley, who was laid off from the civilian base police force in 2011, responded to the Soldier Readiness Processing site on Nov. 5, 2009 after Maj. Nidal Hasan allegedly opened fire.

Fed Agent Testifies In His Hawaii Murder Trial

August 7, 2013
Special Agenct Chris Deedy took the stand Tuesday and told jurors Kollin Elderts was the aggressor in a fatal off-duty shooting that led to murder charges being brought against him.

Caught in the Media Spotlight

August 3, 2013

How do you know when your case is going to put you on the national stage? When it does, will you be prepared to defend what you did or didn't do in front of a national audience?

Fla. Detective Describes Cinderblock Attack

July 27, 2013
A Miami-Dade Police detective on Wednesday testified about a nearly fatal attack three years ago when a cinderblock hurled from a building roof smashed his head.

Controversy Surrounds Trayvon Martin Detective's Testimony

July 1, 2013
Chris Serino had pursued manslaughter charges for George Zimmerman but the investigator's bosses rejected his recommendation. Serino later said he was pressured by black officers into filing charges.

Fla. Sergeant Tried To Save Trayvon Martin

June 26, 2013
The Sanford (Fla.) Police sergeant who attempted to save Trayvon Martin as he lay on wet grass with a gunshot wound to the chest testified Tuesday during the second day of George Zimmerman's murder trial.

Telling the Truth

June 21, 2013
Intentional, malicious, or deceptive conduct will permanently destroy an officer's credibility. Should an officer violate these standards, there is no alternative other than termination or permanent removal from investigative duties.

Mistrial Declared In Detroit Cop's OIS Case

June 18, 2013
Detroit Police Officer Joseph Weekley will stand trial a second time for the shooting death of 7-year-old Aiyana Stanley Jones after a judge on Tuesday declared a mistrial.

Video: Detroit Cop Says Fatal Raid Shooting Not Negligent

June 13, 2013
The Detroit Police tactical operator accused of negligently causing a 7-year-old's death testified Thursday that he constantly thinks about a shooting he said was accidental.

Detroit Cop Testifies About Fatal Raid

June 13, 2013

The Detroit Police SWAT operator accused of negligently causing a 7-year-old's death testified Thursday that the shooting was accidental. Watch Joseph Weekley's testimony. Read the full story here.

NYPD Inspector: I Never Punished Cops On Quotas

May 14, 2013
A New York City police deputy inspector who was secretly recorded by a subordinate testified that he never punished officers if they didn't meet quotas and didn't order race-based stops.

Slain NYPD Cop's Partner Chokes Up In Court

May 13, 2013
The partner of slain NYPD cop Peter Figoski choked up in court yesterday as he testified in the trial of two Brooklyn men accused in the botched robbery that led to the fatal shooting.

Mistrial Declared In Miami Cop's Killing

March 20, 2013
Eight jurors wanted to acquit Dennis Escobar of the 1988 killing of a popular Miami patrolman. But four, bothered by key facts of Escobar's role in the slaying—some detailed in testimony from his own wife—couldn't agree to a not-guilty verdict

Aurora Officers Recount Bloody Theater Shooting

January 7, 2013
During a preliminary hearing for suspected theater shooter James Holmes, three Aurora (Colo.) Police officers recounted the carnage they encountered after responding to the July massacre.

How To Testify As a Gang Expert

November 28, 2012
What you do is an art rather than a science, so you must impress the jury with your background, training, and experience.

Gangs In the Courtroom

November 7, 2012
Every victim or witness had heard the stories in the ghetto about gang retaliation against those who were foolish enough to snitch on gang members. Most of these stories were only urban legends that grew with each telling. Some were absolutely true. Gangs do target witnesses.

What Prosecutors Want You to Know

October 17, 2012

There are some prosecutors who still believe we do not have to prepare our law enforcement witnesses for trial testimony. I respectfully and vehemently disagree. Jurors no longer automatically trust law enforcement officers. So presentation matters.

Paralyzed Pa. Cop Testifies About Shooting

July 30, 2012
Clairton police Officer James Kuzak Jr., who was paralyzed from the waist down in 2011 in the line of duty, took the stand Monday in the trial of two men accused of shooting him during a violent home invasion.

How To Dress for Success

September 28, 2011
When you have a court appearance or a job interview, your image should project that you are trustworthy, honest, hardworking, and highly competent. Read our primer on how to approach wearing a suit, blouse, shoes, jewelry, makeup, and hairstyle.
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